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Old 09-22-2006, 10:47 AM
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Originally Posted by Joyriide1113
The menzerna polishes have become exclusively available at www.properautocare.com The menzerna polishes are a little expensive, especially the ceramic polishes, but I would buy the " blackfire" brand if I were you. Its the exact same polish with the same amount of abrasives, except with more lubricating oils, making it a lot easier to buff paint using a polisher, especially with a rotory polisher like what I use. Best part is they don;t use filling oils.
Cool thanks, I'll check it out. Looks like they are having a 10% discount going on now, which makes it even better.
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